Ford Projected to Lose $4.5 Billion on Electric Vehicle Line

The company still made a net income of $1.9 billion in the second quarter of 2023.

Second American Killed in Sudan After Failure to Evacuate Citizens

A second American citizen died in Sudan following violence between two generals.

U.S. Military Conducts Evacuation Operation in Sudan Amid Deteriorating Security Situation

U.S. forces will remain stationed in Djibouti to protect American personnel and others until the security situation improves.

Law Firms Diverting Public Funds to Democratic Campaigns: Consumer Advocacy Group

A Consumer Protection Report "exposes how these trial lawyers rely on public contracts with states and local governments that often lack basic protections (including basic ethics protections) to tighten their hold, all while diverting money away from everyday consumers and sending 99% of their federal donations to liberal candidates and committees.”

Ukraine Embezzled $400 Million From U.S. Aid

Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, along with government officials and 35 generals embezzled $400 million in U.S. aid to the country, according to an estimate from the Central Intelligence Agency.

Navy Renames Two Ships to Cut Ties With Confederate History

Officials with the United States Navy have renamed two ships whose names have ties to the Confederacy.

Inspector Generals Say Billions in COVID Relief Funds Were ‘Biggest Fraud in a Generation’

Inspectors General from the Labor Department, Treasury Department, and Small Business Administration (SBA)testified on Covid-19 relief funding to the House Oversight Committee, stating that billions of dollars were lost through "fraud" and "waste" in what was "the biggest fraud in a generation."

Trump Promises to ‘Clean House’ of ‘Warmongers and Frauds and Failures in the Senior Ranks of Our Government’

"I am the President who delivers peace, and it’s peace through strength."

New Documentary Exposes Disney’s Pro-sexualization, Anti-nuclear Family Agenda

The magic of Disney is fading, according to the president of the Catholic League.

Why America Can’t Afford to Spend First and Delay Scrutiny Concerning Ukraine

The U.S. Senate voted last night on a military and humanitarian aid package for Ukraine that tops over $40 billion.

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